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With three program areas, our attorneys and advocates provide meaningful solutions to diverse populations.

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Legal Services are at the core of our mission to protect West Virginia’s most vulnerable. By providing legal information and representation, our knowledgeable attorneys help children, families, and individuals escape abuse, overcome barriers to employment and housing, and receive the education and health care they need.

Our Behavioral Health Advocacy program assists West Virginians living with mental and behavioral health disorders by promoting community supports and preserving access to services. Our advocates strive to help individuals and families meet their challenges with dignity and hope.

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Our Ombudsmen work in West Virginia’s long-term and elder care facilities to ensure residents’ rights are protected and upheld. They hear grievances from residents and work with facilities, caregivers, and relatives to resolve issues.

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